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This year DPAG’s Dr Natalie Connor-Robson was nominated by DPhil student Rebecca Wallings for an Outstanding Graduate Supervisor award at the 2017 Oxford University Students’ Union Teaching Awards.

Dr Connor-Robson was selected as one of five finalists from the Medical Sciences Division from a pool of nominees almost 900 strong in the Oxford University Students’ Union Teaching Awards.

Natalie and the student who nominated her, Becky Wallings, attended the award ceremony on May 11th at Oxford Town Hall. More photos of the event can be found here.

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Congratulations Natalie on your nomination!

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